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It Doesn’t Need to be a Riddle: Section 173 Agreements Explained

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It Doesn’t Need to be a Riddle: Section 173 Agreements Explained  by Peter Micevski, Solicitor, Lovegrove Smith & Cotton (Victoria Readership)

Puzzle on wallThis article explores frequently asked questions about section 173 of the Planning and Environment Act 1987 (Vic) agreements. A Section 173 Agreement is a legal contract made between a responsible authority (i.e. your local council) and an owner of land (normally the registered proprietor) or a person in anticipation of that person becoming the owner of the land. Click here to find out more about Section 173, an article by Peter Micevski, solicitor, Lovegrove Smith & Cotton.

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